According to the business magazine CEOWORLD (USA), Vietnam’s quality of life has improved significantly after only 1 year, rising 39 places on the global quality of life ranking in 2021.
CEOWORLD selected 165 countries that contribute the most to global GDP to evaluate and rank the quality of life of each. The ranking is evaluated based on 10 criteria including affordability; economic stability; family-friendly; a good job market; income equality; political neutrality and stability; safety; cultural influence; a well-developed public education system; and a well-developed public health system.
According to CEOWORLD, Vietnam has a total score of 78.49 and ranks 62/165 countries. Meanwhile, in 2020, Vietnam is only ranked 101/171 countries with the best quality of life.
The top 3 countries with the best quality of life index in the world include Finland with 99.06 points, Denmark (98.13 points) and Norway (96.75 points).
In Asia, Japan is the country with the best quality of life index with 91.23 points; and also in the top 10 countries with the best quality of life globally. Singapore is the only Southeast Asian nation in the top 20 with 87.64 points.